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CAGBC’s Disclosure Challenge Advances Building Performance Benchmarking

Remi Network
Publication date:
November 29, 2022
Article Summary: 

The Canada Green Building Council's (CAGBC) Disclosure Challenge has invited real estate leaders to publicly disclose their building's available energy, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and water data. The first year of the Disclosure Challenge saw five large portfolio owners collectively holding more than CAD $50 billion in managed real estate assets participate. Six additional commercial property owners/managers representing $60 billion CAD in managed assets joined in 2022. Participants disclosed information from over 700 building assets representing more than 11 million square meters of building space. The Disclosure Challenge is an ongoing initiative that promotes data accessibility and transparency in the Canadian real estate market.


Disclosure Challenge, real estate, Canada Green Building Council, data transparency, energy consumption, carbon emissions, portfolio owners, visualization tool, performance data, COVID-19, sustainability, whole-building data collection, industrial buildings, warehouse buildings, retail buildings, energy efficiency, GHG emissions, GRESB, underperforming assets, low-performing assets, building metrics, labelling systems, benchmarking tools.

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Remi Network
CAGBC’s Disclosure Challenge Advances Building Performance Benchmarking
November 29, 2022
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